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A PUSH for recognition of local government in the constitution won’t get any money from council.
MATT Napier plans to make poverty history, with a pair of runners and a footy.
VICTIMS of sexual abuse at the hands of clergy should come forward, the leader of Wangaratta’s Anglican Church has urged.
A REVIEW has found the Harrietville Fire spreading to burn 37,000 hectares of Alpine National Park was unavoidable.
TECHNICAL assessments of Wangaratta’s two outdoor pools are under way.
A HECTARE of land in Bowser has had $1.4 million spent on it, and it’s about to be covered with rubbish.
FIRE destroyed an elderly Everton couple’s weatherboard home, and all their possessions, within minutes on Saturday morning.
GRETA Cemetery Trust won’t be installing $6000 worth of security cameras at the site of Ned Kelly’s grave.
HALL committees are refusing to hire venues to some teenagers, to avoid the type of damage that occurred at the CWA hall.
THE ASU has again accused Councillor Julian Fidge of bullying Rural City of Wangaratta staff.
A WANGARATTA pensioner wants extra safety measures introduced at the Rowan Street underpass to protect the motoring public.
A FOUR-bed observational ward at Wangaratta’s public hospital is set for completion by December.